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What you should expect from OPPO's new operating system

Now that Android 13 has arrived, OPPO has updated ColorOS with a number of new and better features of their own, in addition to incorporating Google's newest changes. ColorOS 13 has been optimized for top performance and introduces novel smart features to make the most of your apps and phone's hardware, in addition to updated visuals and advanced customization capabilities.

Learn how OPPO's cutting-edge technology improves your ColorOS 13 system's performance and adds new, helpful functions.

A dynamic computing engine is defined as follows.

In this day and age, excellent performance is frequently taken for granted, what with powerful processors and fast displays. However, if recent chips are any indication, achieving buttery smooth performance still often comes at a cost to power consumption. OPPO's Dynamic Computing Engine, developed in-house, is one of the major upgrades introduced with ColorOS 13. It optimizes work scheduling, which in turn increases performance while decreasing battery consumption.

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OPPO's computing power model is the foundation of the Dynamic Computing Engine's initial phase, which strives to optimize the scheduling of common tasks. The CPU cores in today's multi-core smartphone chipsets are divided into three distinct categories: high performance, sustained performance, and efficiency. Both performance and battery life are impacted by how judiciously a phone's CPU cores are divided up amongst different apps and processes. As an example, if you were to run a background task on a very fast CPU, it would complete more rapidly, but since it is a background task, you wouldn't notice the increased speed so much as the increased power usage. Therefore, it is recommended that these kinds of jobs be executed on the lower power cores. The opposite is true when it comes to launching a new app; for optimal responsiveness, this action should be performed on a machine with a robust central processing unit. When juggling the demands of many apps that use CPU, GPU, and other resources simultaneously, the issue becomes more complex.

Over the course of three years, OPPO's engineers simulated millions of similar scenarios in an effort to improve upon the current state of affairs. To efficiently schedule its CPU, GPU, and DDR components, OPPO uses a computing power model. The resulting model for compute power scheduling strikes a good mix between speed and efficiency, resulting in apps that run quickly and batteries that last all day.

There is no denying the evidence: OPPO claims that the battery life of the Find X5 Pro with this feature enabled by ColorOS 13 is greater than or equal to 34 hours when used for typical everyday tasks. The Find X5 Pro, according to its lab tests, can last for up to 22 hours while movie playback, 9 hours during continuous gaming, and 8 hours during video calls.

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The second part of the issue involves the slowdowns that occur when using numerous applications at once. OPPO developed a parallel computing engine to resolve delays and interruptions caused by competing usage of system memory. When many CPU threads attempt to use the same block of memory at the same time, a condition known as "memory contention" or locks occurs, forcing processes to wait until the memory is no longer being used by another thread. This bottleneck occurs most frequently in multithreaded workloads and when freeing and shifting huge blocks of data in and out of RAM, such as when relocating a decommissioned application to a swap partition.

In two distinct ways, the Dynamic Computing Engine solves this problem. To begin, OPPO parallelizes tasks like memory allocation and reclaim, which splits huge locks into smaller locks and speeds up app restarts after a pause. The engine reduces the likelihood of significant locks by keeping applications in RAM for as long as possible before shifting them to swap storage. The smartphone may now run many background applications simultaneously, allowing the user to quickly move between them without losing their place or losing their current task.

In the future, OPPO will provide software upgrades that add to the Dynamic Computing Engine with new computing technologies including Parallel Computing, High-Performance Computing, Intelligent Computing, and Device-Could Collaborative Computing. It is expected that the Dynamic Computing Engine, as a technical solution at the system level, will continue to enhance the core experience in the years to come.

You now have access to enhanced capabilities!

Color OS 13 does more than merely streamline and optimize your regular tasks to save you time and energy and extend the life of your battery. Utilizing these advances in technology, it adds some brand new bells and whistles.

Confidentiality is of utmost importance.                       

While excellent performance is certainly a plus for any modern smartphone, it is only one aspect of what makes such a device so desirable. It's equally crucial to protect one's personal information, which is why ColorOS 13 has some excellent new safeguards in this regard.

For its new Auto Pixelate feature in ColorOS 13, OPPO created its own artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm to ensure user anonymity. Without reading the contents of your communications, Auto Pixelate can detect profile pictures and names in Messenger and Whatsapp screenshots and blur them automatically. Perfect for exchanging screenshots amongst friends without disclosing personal information.

Auto-Pixelization for Color OS 13

Also, OPPO's Private Safe, where you may save your most private files, is more safe than ever. The AES technique, a standard in data security, is currently used to encrypt files stored in private safes. ColorOS 13 is OPPO's most secure operating system to date, and it works in tandem with Android 13's built-in privacy features, such as clipboard auto cleaning and Wi-Fi location concealing.

Enhancements to the always-on screen

If you think that sounds impressive, you should know that ColorOS 13 includes even more clever tools for making the most of the hardware and software in an OPPO phone.

The LTPO display technology has been previously demonstrated by OPPO's premium smartphones, demonstrating its benefits in dynamically lowering refresh rates to save on performance while still giving silky smooth high refresh rates on demand. OPPO's ColorOS 13 utilizes LTPO2.0 with Always-On Display, allowing for extremely low refresh rates of just 1Hz. Through Smart Always-On Display, you don't even need to turn on your screen to read notifications or use apps like Spotify. However, compared to non-dynamic refresh rates, power consumption is lowered by up to 30%.

The Quantum Animation Engine, used by OPPO devices, has been enhanced in ColorOS 13. ColorOS can now foresee multi-gesture operations thanks to the implementation of behavioral gesture prediction, making it more responsive to more complex interactions and assuring a smooth and intuitive UI experience.

More file formats are now compatible with OPPO Share without using up your data plan. As part of OPPO's Multi-Screen Connect, OPPO Share now allows for the transmission of files between devices, regardless of file type or the underlying hardware of the handsets involved. Users who switch between computers and mobile devices can save time by copying and pasting between them. Not only does Multi-Screen Connect allow you to connect your smartphone to your computer, but it also allows you to connect your smartphone to the OPPO Pad Air.

Overall, OPPO's Dynamic Computing Engine works to enhance not just the performance of individual apps, but also crucial multitasking and power consumption characteristics.

ColorOS 13 is much more than just an upgrade to Android 13; it's packed with new and inventive features, and it demonstrates how OPPO is progressively giving its Android smartphones their own distinct personality. Under-the-hood innovations and optimizations for peak performance and battery life, as well as front-facing enhancements to multitasking, privacy, and the UI, provide users with plenty of new features to try out.

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